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STI 101: HPV

Helga Weber, 2009
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One of the most common STIs is HPV. It has been estimated that roughly half of sexually active people will have HPV at some point in their life. Despite how common it may be, many people may not know the facts about HPV.


Thank you I had the cervical cancer kind after my first time ever having sex and lucky it healed and removed on its own after a few years. Gladly because man I hated those colposcopys!


you can still get the vaccine even if you aren't under 26. you would just have to pay out of pocket since it's not "indicated". if you are sexually active and test neg. why not get the vaccine.



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